Road pricing-Analysis and policies (A historical perspective)
This paper explains how road pricing and toll charge theory appeared and evolved on the basis of contributions from the French engineer-economist school, from Dupuit to Allais, and of Anglo-Saxon theories inspired by Pigou and Vickery on decongestion tolls and network tools.
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